Tag Archive: London

Word on the Water

London is a city not without its problems. Rents are rising, the air is polluted, many of the transport networks can barely cope with the rush hour hoardes, and for many of us… Continue reading

The Magical Lantern Festival

I often (I say often but in actuality mean annually) find myself, as we approach the latter half of February, beginning to think about the arrival of Spring. I get excited for the… Continue reading

Lumiere – The Ultimate Cinnamon Stroll

A walk through Lumiere London – a spectacular showcase of illuminations and public art. I can’t think of a better way to warm up a cold Winter night.

Oh, how time flies

Thinking back on the past four months fills me with a variety of feelings (all positive!). I am amazed at just how quickly these months have¬†flown on by, I am proud of how… Continue reading

Investigating the Quirky Mysteries of Sir John Soane’s House

The house that once belonged to Sir John Soane sits in the middle of a pleasant Georgian terrace overlooking Lincoln’s Inn Fields in Holborn. From the outside it appears incredibly narrow and leaves… Continue reading

Fun In The Sun Part One

British Summertime hails the arrival of a number of outdoor performances, from theatre to music. The early summer saw Regent’s Park Theatre put on a spellbinding production of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan